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Travel Blogs from Villamarchante
... that I’m doing that right thing. Many people would die to be in my shoes right now. Then, I feel sad for Ion. He is saying all this in a cheerful way, but I can sense the sadness in his voice. I try and be diplomatic but there’s nothing I can say which will make his missed opportunity come back. I wish him all the luck for future travels and we move onto a different topic. After the break in Zaragoza (where he forces me to order a coffee for him and a ...
... br> After happy hour we planned to head to Vikki's place (a few of them stay in the same place), and have dinner before going out as it was Vikki's last night before leaving for home tomorrow. We stopped by a vegetable store and got stuff for a pasta dish. At the flat, dinner was underway. This time there were big bell peppers for me to prep, so it was an easy job. Soon we were eating. Wilhem and Seheba weren't fans of their own cooking calling the dish ...
Following on from last night.......Ahhhh what a great trip to Valencia, not!
We woke at 7.15am and snoozed the alarm for 10, before making ourselves get up as we had to be downstairs to get the bust at 7.45. Saying we felt average is an overstatement, but I think the mix of little sleep, rushing to pack our bags and the heat was enough to make it worse. We lined up to board the bus and just as Brendan got on, I had to take a breather and go sit on the ...
... each day the streets fill up with people setting off crackers - can't wait till tomorrow! Quite cool here so walked the surrounding streets, had churros with warm dipping chocolate, coffee and ice creams and then headed off for the supermarket - sausages and mash potato tonight for Belle and an early night. We're having papas (potato) while listening to the live coverage of the election of the papa (pope)! Habemus Papam! And he is from ...
... day of the tour, we went to Valencia via a cava (local sparkling wine) cave – the brand was Freixenet. We got a tour, and then a full glass of sparkling after. The prices per glass ranged from €1.75 to about €5.50 for the "vintage" ones – very affordable! The bottles in the gift shop were also very cheap. I just got 2 small bottles of sparkling for €1.50 each. There were something like 140 million bottles of wine in the cellars ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet